Christopher Nolan's sci-fi crime thriller/best use of a spinning top film 'Inception' won't win the most Oscars in a few weeks, but stands as 2010's most commercially succesful hallucinogenic head trip. The film, revolving around a group of thieves able to enter the dreams of others to steal their ideas, tapped into the country's collective (sub)consciousness and accomplished a rare feat for a blockbuster: making people think.

If you liked 'Inception,' you might like 'Pink Floyd The Wall,' the 1982 film that remains one of the decade's trippiest mindscrews.
categories Features